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    Skilled & Semi-Skilled Worker Category
    Skilled Worker criteria
    To apply you must
    - clearly show in the application that you are able to and intend to live permanently in Alberta.
    - have related education, training, previous work experience, and any Alberta licensing needed for the position and
       to meet AINP criteria.
    - provide a copy of your valid work permit if you are already working in Alberta.
    - provide proof of your legal status in your country of residence only if you are not currently working in Alberta
       (you are living abroad).
    Semi-skilled Worker criteria
    To apply you must
    - be currently working in Alberta on a work permit for an eligible AINP Semi-Skilled Occupation (see list)

    Food and Beverage Processing
    · Food and Beverage Production Worker (NOC 9617)
    · Bakery Production Worker (NOC 9617)
    · Food and Beverage Processing Equipment Cleaner (NOC 9617)
    · Industrial Butchers and Meat Cutters (NOC 9462)
    · Poultry Production Workers (NOC 9462)
       : Have a total of three years of full-time work experience in your home country prior to arriving in Canada in
         a physically demanding job similar to that found in the food and beverage processing industry.
       : Be employed in Alberta for a minimum of three months before applying to the AINP.

    Hotel and Lodging
    · Food and Beverage Servers (NOC 6513)
    · Room Attendants (NOC 6731)
    · Front Desk Agent/Clerk (NOC 6525)
       : Have a total of three (3) years of work experience in a job directly related to the hotel and lodging industry
         (abroad and/or in Canada).
       : Be employed in Alberta for a minimum of six months before applying to the AINP.

    Manufacturing industy
    · Have a minimum of two years of work experience in a job similar to your employer's type of business;
       At least one year out of the two years must consist of work experience obtained in Canada.
    · Be employed in Alberta for a minimum of six months before applying to the AINP.

    Trucking industy
    · Long-Haul Truck Driver (NOC 7511)

    Foodservices (pilot)
    · Food and Beverage Servers (NOC 6513)
    · Food Counter Attendants (NOC 6711)
    · Kitchen Helpers (NOC 6711)
       : Have a total of three (3) years of work experience in a job directly related to food and beverage services
         (abroad and/or in Canada).
       : Be employed in Alberta for a minimum of nine (9) months before applying to the AINP

    - show that you have completed a minimum of high school education
    ·In the Foodservices Industry (pilot project), your high school education must be equivalent to Alberta standards.
    - submit one of the following test results, showing that you meet minimum language standards.
    ·An International English Language Testing System (IELTS) General Test with minimum scores of:
       Listening: 4.5
       Reading: 3.5
       Writing: 4
       Speaking: 4
    Compulsory and optional trades criteria
    AINP Compulsory & Optional Trade
    Compulsory Optional
    to work in a compulsory certification trade, a person must either hold a recognized trade certificate or be a registered apprentice in the trade. An employer wishing to hire persons to work in the trade must hire only certified journeypersons in that trade or apprentices registered in the trade and working under the supervision of a certified journeyperson. Compulsory certification trades usually involve work where public and worker safety needs to be closely monitored. an individual is permitted to work in an optional certification trade if the employer deems the individual to have the skills and knowledge expected of a certified journeyperson in the trade. Employers may employ uncertified journeypersons and use uncertified journeypersons to supervise and train apprentices on the job. An employee working in an optional certification trade and learning the trade MUST become a registered apprentice if that employee is to work in the trade.
    Electrician
    Automotive Service Technician
    Hairstylist
    Baker
    Cook
    Machinist
    To apply you must
    - intend to and be able to live and work permanently in Alberta.
    - have a valid Alberta Qualification Certificate in a compulsory or optional trade or a valid Alberta Apprenticeship
       nd Industry Training (AIT) Recognized Trade Certificate in a compulsory or optional trade
    - If you do not have an Alberta Qualification Certificate or an AIT Recognized Trade Certificate when you apply
       to the AINP
    - be residing in Alberta at the time of application and show that you have a valid work permit from Immigration,
       Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to work in Alberta in the trade in which you are certified.
    - show, at the time of application, that you are either currently working in your trade for an Alberta Employer or
       have previously worked in your trade with an Alberta Employer for a minimum of six months in the past
       two years.
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